French Fabrics House Casamance Unveils Nile-Inspired Collection

The renowned design house dreams of journeys down banks in muted tones and refined radiance.

By Karim Abdullatif


Inspired by trips down the Nile, world-renowned French fabrics and wallpapers design house Casamance presents an alluring interpretation of ancient and modern Egypt in ‘Bord du Nil’.

The Nile’s garden banks are depicted in the wallpaper collection with a reimagined contemporary language, featuring intricate designs capturing the beauty of flora and timeless geometry. From oasis and palm groves to temples and ancient cities, elements from the past come to life in muted tones and refined radiance.

We got a sneak peak at Zamalek’s Design Emporium, the designer wallpaper and fabrics haven situated on an island in the Nile. There, Clément Rivera, Export Manager at Casamance Group, showcased Texdecor’s latest creations, with Bord du Nil, inviting an audience of Egyptian designers to explore its colourful reinterpretations.


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